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macroeconomics

study of an economy as a whole; includes the total or aggregate level of output of an economy and prices for the economy, viewed as a whole. See also microeconomics.
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In a nontechnical manner, with great attention to the details of the big picture, the author showcases the spectrum of modern macroeconomic models, describes each model's logic, and talks to the reader about successes and failures of each in explaining the real world problems.
Along the way, students learn who collects these data, how they are collected, and the frequency with which they are released--institutional details often glossed over or omitted entirely in an introductory macroeconomics course.
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The following conclusion was reached in Chari and Kehoe's (2006) recent survey of 'modern macroeconomics in practice', published in the Journal of Economic Perspectives:
The two main conclusions I reach from my survey are the following: first, that the Brookings Papers has published a considerable number of papers that changed the direction of thinking in many different branches of macroeconomics; and second, that the Brookings Papers remains unique in its ability to recruit top people in the field to write original scholarly papers about current macroeconomic events.
His research career started with income distribution, but it widened into areas of social policy, health economics, macroeconomics, economic growth, and history.
Yet, experience after five years of teaching Macroeconomics Principles as a core-specific course at TAMU-CC suggested that such a course had addressed well all six intellectual skills that were important for the state core curriculum.
Graduate macroeconomics courses are becoming increasingly technical.
The book is concerned with macroeconomics, economic growth and international economies.
Hoover economist Thomas Sargent, a leader in the field of macroeconomics and the rational expectations revolution, was named the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences today.
The session's program includes lectures and workshops dealing with many issues related to the objectives and activities of AMF, objectives of macroeconomics and financial objectives in the Middle East and North Africa, in addition to the stability and growth of macroeconomic policies, structural reforms of system and policy of exchange rates, financial links of macroeconomics, monetary and fiscal policies, debt sustainability, and macro financial policies of financial stability
NBER Macroeconomics Annual 2013, Volume 28, edited by Jonathan Parker and Michael Woodford, is now available from the University of Chicago Press.